1. Shift+N should open the channel dialog where you can choose stereo.
(make sure that you have the full set of shortcuts enabled in
Other shortcuts are also worth considering, Shift+H for Host, Shift+I
for input and Shift+O for output.
You can also adjust the settings in the toolbar (if they are enabled
in the view menu).
Control+F6 until you're in the upper set (not the one with project
Tab through all the controls until you find the right one. The
recording meter might also be worth a try when you're up there
anyways. Control+F6 to return to the track panel.
2. You can adjust the export format in the export dialog itself, just
tab beyond the export button and the available options for the format
in question are at your disposal.
On 11/04/2021, Ted Galanos <tr.galanos@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
To find what you are looking for in the first question, go to your
preferences, either by pressing alt e for the edit pulldown menu and then up
arrow or control p for preferences. In the devices tab, Tab until till you
get to the two radio buttons which will either be mono or stereo. . Tab to
OK and you are done.
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On Apr 10, 2021, at 5:32 PM, curtis jackson <cjackson102@xxxxxxx> wrote:
Hello: can someone tell me how to switch audacity from mono to stereo when
recording? I also need to know how to switch to 192 quality when exporting
my mp3 files?
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